picture in the representation becomes better balanced and more harmonious, our inner, subconscious system simply follows its path.

The healing effect of representations often appears like magic. It is grounded though in subtle exchanges od intuitiove information between client and representatives. Representatives obtain only very little factual information about the subject they represent. That penury of factuial information clears theirs minds to pick up and mirror subconscious signals, though. Our inner system thus can soak up a benefical resolution in the representation and adapt to it.

In a systemic representation we work together to find a balancing resolution for the elements of the represented system. I am looking forward to working with you on such a resolution in mutual confidence.

A visible Resolution

Systemic thinking is an important element of our therapy. One very effective way to elucidate a social system are systemic representations. In representations, we can make important relationships in our outer or inner systems visible and, strikingly, can induce beneficial changes in them, too.

In systemic representation we find representatives for important elements of a system. In individual therapy, we can use place holders on the floor or a table. In group settings, the participants take on the roles of representatives.

Systemic representation can be applied to many questions and topics. Best known are representations of families and their history. However, decision problems, ethical dilemmata, even physical illness can be systemically represented, too.

The spatial representation of social systems is so accessible to our intuition that it can follow suggested changes. Representations can thus not only be used for diagnosis but also for healing. When the system